Wilfred C. Mutale is an instructor of Information Systems and Technology in the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business at Duquesne University. Prior to joining Duquesne’s faculty, Wilfred held several positions as college instructor, systems engineer, software developer, systems administrator and computer network engineer.
He is currently working towards completing a Ph.D. of Information Systems from Dakota State University. Wilfred received a M.S. from the School of Computer Science and Information Systems at Youngstown State University and a B.S. of Business Administration, Finance and Economics from Geneva College.
Wilfred has over 10 years of industry and academic work experience in the area of Information Systems and Technology. He worked as Program Coordinator and Faculty of Information Systems and Technology at Pittsburgh Technical College, Systems Engineer at (Bombardier Transport) under Athena Sciences Corporation, Systems Engineer/Software Developer at OA Systems LLC, Teaching Assistant of Computer Information Systems at Youngstown State University, and Personal Banking Associate at PNC bank.
Wilfred is member of the ACM, IEEE, HICS, IACIS, and AITP.
His research area includes:
Artificial Intelligent (AI)
Decision Support Systems and Analytics
He enjoys sharing his knowledge in Information Systems and Technology with his students and the broader learning community.
M.S. Computer Information Systems, Youngstown State University
B.S. Business Administration, Geneva College
Mutale, W., Tomeo, M., Scarpino, J. J., D'Imperio, C., & Zhang, X. (2018).
IMPLEMENTING DWECK'S GROWTH MINDSET BY INCORPORATING
INDUSTRY BASED TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES IN THE CLASSROOM. Issues
in Information Systems, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 13-22, 2018
Scarpino, J. J., Mutale, W., Eltringham, C., Grabowski, P., Tomeo, M., & Owusu,
T. D. (2017). THE FIRST OUTCOME RESULTS OF THE MID-POINT
CURRICULUM ASSESSMENTS FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS. Issues in Information
Systems, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 164-172, 2017